CVN-74 JOHN STENNIS 1/700 (Made-to-Order)
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Model length: 18"
Base length: 20"
USS JOHN STENNIS (CVN-74)
Now you can own a 1/700 scale museum-quality wood model ship of the USS John Stennis (CVN-74), completely handmade from resin, wood and metal crafted and combined by hand to make this wood model ship of "Johnnie Reb". The model comes to you all ready to display on a beautiful wood display base atop brass pedestals; her aircraft spotted and fixed on the deck; with a brass nameplate. If you served on the CVN-74 and have a lot of good memories of your time aboard her, here's the perfect token for the tales you swap with your buddies! If you act now, you will be one of the few to own what had only been previously available as a low-value, undetailed plastic model kit or PROHIBITIVELY EXPENSIVE custom wood model.
USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74) Aircraft Carrier Wood Model Ship FEATURES
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74) is the seventh Nimitz-class nuclear-powered supercarrier in the United States Navy, named for Senator John C. Stennis of Mississippi. She was commissioned on 9 December 1995. Her homeport is Bremerton, Washington.
The mission of Stennis and her embarked Air Wing (CVW-9) is to conduct sustained combat air operations while forward deployed in the global arena. The embarked Air Wing consists of eight to nine squadrons. Attached aircraft are the F/A-18 Hornet, EA-6B Prowler, S-3B Viking, E-2C Hawkeye, and SH-60 Seahawk.
The Air Wing can destroy enemy aircraft, submarines, and land targets, or lay mines hundreds of miles from the ship. Stennis' aircraft are used to conduct strikes, support land battles, protect the Battle Group or other friendly shipping, and implement a sea or air blockade. The Air Wing provides a visible presence to demonstrate American power and resolve in a crisis. The ship normally operates as the centerpiece of a Carrier Battle Group commanded by a flag officer embarked upon Stennis and consisting of four to six other ships.